After running a marathon a day for 81 days, 2,150 miles, Project America Run: Afghanistan is complete. Mike Ehredt was blessed to be joined by many people on the final day of his incredible journey of a solo cross-country run. Arriving in Galveston, Texas on Veterans Day, 11.11.12. This video captures just a glimpse of a very special conclusion. Thank you to everyone that helped to make this tribute a success.
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On Nov. 2 one man continued his journey to honor fallen service members, but this day he was not alone. Over 100 soldiers from Fort Polk joined Mike Ehredt to say thank you.
On Nov 11th at 11 am, as Project America Run comes to a conclusion, take 11 seconds to remember.
Outside Fort Campbell Mike was honored to be joined by some veterans and active duty military service members during his run planting flags to honor fallen US military service members from the war in Afghanistan.
Mike Ehredt humbly asks that everyone take 11 seconds on November 11 at 11 a.m. to remember. Mike nears the finish of Project America Run 2: Afghanistan, which will conclude in Galveston, Texas on Veterans Day, November 11, 2012.